Category: Photography

The other day I had a chuckle when I saw this sign. Why? Because Pedro and I are silly when we get together, quoting movie lines, saying silly things and this was one of our favorites. Of course, we knew the function of the sign, using the word “slow” as an imperative. Without punctuation, we decided to use it as an adjective. Therefore: Slow children at play. 🙂 We imagined watching them as they moved in slow motion … “Thrrrrrrrrrooooooowwwwwww…

This morning, I decided to kind of forego the normal neighborhood walk and take a walk in the park. Off to McDowell Nature Preserve I went. I hoped to find a bit of mist rising from the water, which I did. Unexpectedly, I saw a lone fisherman sitting on the end of the dock, enjoying the view and the quiet. He wasn’t using a cell phone, didn’t have a radio, no sounds emanated from his direction, save for the one…

Well, the water wasn’t that hot, more like the air was that cold. After Matthew moved on, we had a cold front get sucked right into our neck of the woods. Suddenly, autumn had arrived! 🙂

Last week, I ordered another rental camera, this time a Panasonic Lumix LX 100. I’d read so many good things about it that I just wanted to try it. It’s a rival of the Sony RX 100 IV, though a bit larger. Anyway, my rental period was to be 7 days, Monday to Monday. I placed the order on Thursday, Lens Rentals shipped on Thursday night. On Saturday afternoon, as I was about to head to Vanessa’s house, I heard…

As the rain fell from the far reaching tendrils of hurricane Matthew, I was taking my sister to the Greyhound station at around 1:30 AM, this fine Saturday morning. Rain. Rain. More rain. We arrived. She checked in; I picked a spot as far from the TV as I could, in the row behind this gentleman and his dog. My sister, however, wanted to sit closer to the exit door, so we moved. This put us almost directly in front…

Contraflow – That’s what they do to the highways when there is an evacuation event, as there was in Charleston yesterday. Normally, I-26, which I would drive from Columbia, SC to Charleston, SC is a straight shot into Charleston, but not this Thursday and Friday. All lanes, both sides of the highway were outbound. The furthest east that you could get from Charlotte, along I-26, was Columbia. During my 12 years in Charlotte, this was the first time that I’ve…

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